as of 5/1/21
Residents who commit to teach for four years beyond their residency year in the areas of special education, math or science, are eligible for special grant funds. These grant funds include a $5000 living allowance paid in two installments (January and June), $2500 in tuition assistance, as well as reimbursement for RICA and TPA fees.
Residents who commit to teach for four years in special education at a "priority school", can apply for the Golden State Teacher Grant. Learn about the grant here.
Tracy Unified is looking for residents who will commit to teach for four years in their district in special education.
These residents are eligible for a $16,700 living allowance. Please reach out to Bond Cashmere if you have specific questions about this opportunity. You can also review a draft of their grant agreement.